Gabon railway concession extended as investors fund expansion
National Railways of Zimbabwe orders Russian wagons
Angola links mining region to the world with Lobito Corridor
Thelo and DB to build $US 1bn iron-ore line in the Congo
Angola to launch concession for Benguela Railway
Nigeria approves $US 11.17bn Lagos – Calabar coastal line
Hyundai Rotem to supply EMUs and locomotives to Tanzania
Maputo – Harare container train launched
TransNamib and Botswana Railways sign container terminal MoU
South Africa courts third-party operators to support rail redevelopment
New investment opportunities are opening up in the African rail sector, and as the continent’s largest private freight operator Traxtion wants to lead the charge, CEO James Holley tells Chris Jackson.
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